Complimentary
Welcome Garland upon arrival
One Bottle of Mineral Water (1 liter) Per Person Per Day.

Hotels to be used (03 star)
Delhi – Aura De Asia
Haridwar – Sun Hotel   
Kathmandu – The Grand

Hotels to be used (04 star)
Delhi – Park Plaza
Haridwar – Lakshya
Kathmandu – Himalaya

Note – In case if the above mentioned Hotels not available at the time of booking then we will use similar category of hotels.

Tirtayatra India + Nepal

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India-Nepal

Tirtayatra India + Nepal

Cost includes:

- 06 night hotel accommodation.
- Full Board Meal basis (Starting from Breakfast on Day 02 up to Breakfast on Day 07). 
- English speaking Tour Guide.
- Transport services by using a c large coach
- All Monument entrance fees as per the above itinerary
- Cable Car ride ticket at Mansa Devi Temple in Haridwar.
- All applicable taxes.

Cost Does Not Include:

- Camera fees - At monuments etc.
- Air Ticket DPS-DEL // KTM – DPS  ( Based on requesy for which airlines )
- Air Ticket DEL-KTM
- Any Tips,
- Any air fare
- Visa Fees (Nepal Visa is USD 25/- per person and can get easily on arrival)
Personal expenses - such as laundry, table drinks, telephone bills, tips to room boys, drivers, guides, Personal Clothing including sleeping bags etc.
Any other services not mentioned in our heading “package includes”.

Day 01:  Arrival Delhi     (No Meals)
Welcome upon arrival at Delhi International airport - after assistance transfer to Hotel. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 02:  Delhi – Mathura – Vrindavan - Delhi     (B, L, D)
Breakfast at Hotel. Then transfer to Mathura. (160 km – 3.5 hours driver
Mathura is the Birth place of Lord Krishna. For about 3000 Year it was the hub of culture and civilization.  
Visit Shri Krishna Janmbhumi, Dwarakadheesh Temple, and Gita Mandir.
Shri Krishna Janmbhumi is the Birth Place of Lord Krishna.
Dwarakladheesh Temple was built in 1814; it is the main temple in the town.
Gita Mandir is located on the outskirts of the City – the Temple Carving and painting is a major attraction.
Lunch at a Hotel in Mathura.
Later transfer to Vrindavan – which is just 15 km from Mathura. Vrindavan is believed to have been the stage on which Krishna performed his famous romantic and sportive roles. Unlike busy Mathura. Vrindavan seems perpetually to be dreaming and imaginatively, re-living its romantic past. There are hundreds of shrines in the town, as also numerous Ghats and several sacred tanks, of which one called Brahama kund and another named Govinda kund are the most highly venerated. The most famous as well as the finest temple in Vrindavan is that of Govinda Dev. Also visit Rangaji Temple, built in 1851 is dedicated to Lord Ranganatha or Rangaji depicted as Lord Vishnu, Radha Vallabh Temple & Gaya Rajput.

KRISHNA BALRAM MANDIR (ISKCON VRINDAVAN): This is an International spiritual   organization having 400 centers around the world. This was founded by srila A.C. Bhakti Vedanta Swami Prabhupada. Thousands of pilgrims and International tourists visited Vrindavan centre which is having beautiful temple of Lord Krishna.
Evening transfer back from Vrindavan to Delhi.
Dinner and overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 03 : Delhi – Haridwar   (B,L,D)
Breakfast at hotel. After breakfast  transfer to Haridwar (230 km – 06 hours drive) 
On arrival check – in at hotel. 
Lunch at hotel. 
Later visit Mansa Devi Temple. Also enjoy the evening Arti at Har Ki Paudi.

Har Ki Pauri - is considered to be the city’s focal point, where devotees assemble for a holy dip in the Ganges. Legend says that this is where a drop of nectar fell as a result of the manthan - churning of the oceans – Mythlogically it signifies the start of the world.  

Mansa Devi Mandir (Temple) :- Mansa Devi Mandir, on top of a hill near the center of town is reached by cable car or by a road that gently rambles uphill, starting from the Railway Road. The views around the temple are the main attractions here. Dinner and overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 04:- Haridwar – Kurukshetra - Delhi   (B, L, D)         
Breakfast at hotel.
Morning transfer to Kurukshetra (05 hours drive). After sightseeing there Lunch at  Hotel Silver Sands in Kurukshetra.

The Purans tell stories of how Lord Brahma created the Universe from Kurukshetra. The legend of Shiva and Sati comes alive in the temples dedicated to the mother Goddess one sees here. The Mahabharata battle fought here, extols innumerable places of pilgrimage, not to forget Kurukshetra as the land of Bhagwad Gita.   
The Brahma Sarover is the best place to begin the pilgrimage. This is a vast water body. In the centre of the tank stands the Sarveshwar Mahadev Temple looking like a lotus. The eastern section of the tank is 1800 ft long and 1500 ft wide while the western section is a square of 1500 ft length and 1500 ft breadth. The tank is 15 ft deep. This large waterbody is edged with 20 ft wide platforms, stairs and a 40 ft wide `parikarma'. In this section, a number of meditation chambers have been built for the convenience of pilgrims.
Belief is, that Lord Brahma conceptualized the site of the tank, giving it special sanctity. To bathe here on the days of an eclipse, amavasya (moonless night) or the kumbh is believed to absolve one of sins. The tank lies about 3 km from the railway station. A number of temples lie in close vicinity of this holy water body, of which the prominent one is the Lakshmi Narayan Temple. This temple lies opposite the Brahma Sarover. It is dedicated to Lord Narayan and His consort Lakshmi. The architecture of the temple belongs to the late 18th century, which adds a touch of history to the visit. The temple's tall pinnacle proclaims its presence from a distance.
Another water body of great sanctity is the Sannehit Sarover. It lies about 1 km from the Brahma Sarover. Legends tell us that the sarover was formed with holy water that flowed from Lord Brahma's navel. As such, to pray at the tank, to bathe or even touch it, here, brings blessings on pilgrims. Prayer and ablutions done here on the nights of amavasya (night of total darkness), eclipse or the Kumbh bestows blessings of a thousand ashwamedha yajnas say the learned. Prayers offered here for the ancestor’s holds special sanctity.
The sarover spreads 1500 ft in length and 550 ft in breadth. Bathing ghats and steps have been set up here for pilgrims. Temples dedicated to Dhruva Narayan, Mother Goddess Durga and Lord Hanuman can be seen here.
Continue drive to Delhi (04 hours drive). On arrival transfer to hotel.
Dinner and overnight at Hotel.

Day 05: Delhi - Kathmandu  (B, L, D)            
Breakfast at Hotel.
Then departure transfer to International airport to board the flight for Kathmandu. Assistance and then transfer to Hotel.
Lunch at a Chinese Restaurant.
Then visit Pashupatinath Temple.

Pashupatinath Temple: Dedicated to Lord Shiva it is one of the most sacred Hindu shrines in the world. It lies 5 km. east of the city on the bank of the sacred Bagmati River. Thousands of pilgrims visit this temple every year during Shivaratri, the birthday of Lord Shiva. Entrance to the temple precinct is forbidden to non-Hindus. The Large, gilded triple-roofed temple was built in 1696 A.D. though 300 years earlier these was a structure on this site. Hindus are cremated on the cremation ghats here and their ashes scatt ered in the sacred river. One can usually see a cremation in progress.
Dinner at a Chinese Restaurant.
Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 06: - At Kathmandu       (B, L, D)            
Today Morning visit Boudnath.
Boudhnath: This is the largest stupa in Nepal and one of the largest in the world located east of the valley. It was built by the Lichchhavi King ManaDev in the 5th century A.D. The Rinpoches who reside here  establishedBoudhnath as one of the most flourishing centres of Tibetan Buddhism in the world. The colossal ancient stupa is 36 metres high.

Lunch at a Chinese Restaurant.

Then afternoon visit Kathmandu City and Swoyambhunath.

Swayambhunath Stupa - Perched atop a hill on the western edge of the Kathmandu Valley, the ancient Swayambunath Stupa is Kathmandu’s most important Buddhist shrine. The sleepy, all-seeing Buddha eyes that stare out from the top have become the quintessential symbol of Nepal.
When this temple was founded about 2,000 years ago, Kathmandu Valley was filled with a great lake. According to Buddhist legend, a single perfect lotus grew in the center of the lake. When the bodhisattva Manjusri drained the lake with a slash of his sword, the lotus flower settled on top of the hill and magically transformed into the stupa. Thus it is known as the Self-Created (swayambhu) Stupa.

Durbar Square - Listed as one of the eight Cultural World Heritage site by UNESCO, Kathmandu Durbar Square is a cluster of ancient temples, palaces, courtyards and streets that date back to the 12th and 18th centuries. The square is known to be the social, religious and urban focal point of the Capital City.

The Palace Complex was the royal Nepalese residence until the 19th century and is the site of important ceremonies, such as the coronation of the Nepalese monarch. The palace is decorated with elaborately-carved wooden windows and panels an. It houses the King Tribhuwan Memorial Museum and the Mahendra Museum.

Evening enjoy the Dinner at a Nepalese Restaurant with Cultural Program.
Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 07: - Departure   (B)            
Breakfast at Hotel.
Then departure transfer to airport to board the TG / SQ or MH Flight.

Visit Ends
  
Cost (by using 3 star Hotels)

Minimum 02 - 09 Person + No FOC = USD 696/- per person on twin share basis
Minimum 10 - 14 Person + No FOC = USD 655/- per person on twin share basis
Minimum 15 - 19 Person + 01 FOC = USD 605/- per person on twin share basis
Sgl Supplement = USD 250/-


Cost (by using 4 star Hotels) 

Minimum 02 - 09 Person + No FOC = USD 735/- per person on twin share basis
Minimum 10 - 14 Person + No FOC = USD 685/- per person on twin share basis
Minimum 15 - 19 Person + 01 FOC = USD 650/- per person on twin share basis
Sgl Supplement = USD 278/-